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Jacques-Louis David (French, 1748 - 1825)
La Repasseuse
The island of Jersey Town Hall
James Pradier
The Ironer - La Repasseuse, 1850
Musée d'art et d'histoire, Genève
JeanMartin(1911-1996)
Larepasseuse,1936
JesúsCasaus(Spanish,1926)
Laplanchadora
John William Allison (1867
- 1946)
The Young Task Masters
Lee Blair (American, 1911 - 1993)
Woman Ironing
Lee Blair (American, 1911 - 1993)
Woman Ironing II
KurtSchwitters(German,1887-1948)
Theironer
?
Lino Enea Spilimbergo
(Argentinian, 1896 - 1964)
Ironing woman, 1936
Léon Gaud (Suisse, 1844 - 1908)
La jeune repasseuse
Plain metal irons were heated by a fire or on a stove
Louis Valtat (French, 1869 - 1952)
A Woman Ironing
Louis Valtat (French, 1869 - 1952)
Deux repasseuses
George Luks (American, 1867 - 1933)
Ironing in the Public Laundry
Fernand-Louis Gottlob (French, 1873 - 1935)
Repasseuses
Theodule
Augustine Ribot
(French, 1823 -
1891)
La repasseuse
Ralph Hedley (British, 1851 - 1913)
Old woman ironing
Franco-Scottish School, early 20th century
Woman ironing
Jay Tacheny
Women ironing
PierreJeanEdmondCastan(French,1817-1892)
Womanironing,1882
ManuelCabralAguadoBejarano(Spanish,1827-1891)
Laplanchadora,1868
MaryWhyte(American,1953)
SteamIron
MaryWhyte(American,1953)
SpringIroning
The Greenville County Museum of Art - Mary
Whyte exhibition called Alfreda's World (2003)
Mary Whyte (American, 1953)
Fini...
An ardent revolutionary sews and irons a new banner “On the
Eve of the October Holiday” in this 1970/75 painting by Alekse...
Jacob Duck (Dutch, 1600 - 1667)
Woman Ironing
Utrecht, Central Museum
Karl Meunier
The ironers -1884
Museum Leuven
Alfons Roman
Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage
Bruxelles
Konstantin Makovsky (Russian, 1839 - 1915) La repasseuse 1900
State Museum, Rostov, Yaroslav
Konstantin Makovsky (Russian, 1839 - 1915) The Ironer 1880
Cherepovets, Museum of History and Art
Louis Joseph Anthonissen
(French, 1849 - 1913)
Atelier de repasseuses à
Trouville
Louis-LéopoldBoilly(French,1761-1845)
Youngwomanironing1800
MuseumofFineArts,Boston,MA,USA
Louis-LéopoldBoilly(French,1761–1845)
Youngwomanironing1800(details)
MuseumofFineArts,Boston,MA,USA
Louis-Léopold Boilly
(French, 1761 - 1845)
La repasseuse
Unknown Woman ironing c. 1850-55
Daguerreotype,
The Nelson-Atkins...
Natalia
Mikhareva
2009
Sergey
Makeev
(Russian,
1957)
Ironing
2001
Nurullah Berk
(Turkish, 1906 -
1982)
Ironing
Nurullah Berk
(Turkish, 1906 - 1982)
Nurullah Berk
(Turkish, 1906 - 1982)
Nurullah Berk
(Turkish, 1906 - 1982)
Yurko Koch (Ukraine, 1958)
Ironing
Thierry Lenoir,
C'est l'amour 1989
Bruxelles Ministère de la
Culture - Administration des
Beaux-Arts
Torsten Wasastjerna
(Finnish, 1863 - 1924)
French Women Ironing
1889 Finnish National
Robert Frederick Blum
(American, 1857 - 1903)
In the Laundry
PaulLunaud(1900-1949)
Repasseuse1942
PaulMathey(French,1844-1929)
Interiorwithwomanandchild
Paul Kron (French, 1869 - 1936)
La repasseuse
Ricardo
(Panito)
Brugada y
Panizo
(Spanish,
1867-1919)
Sesión de
plancha
RobertSpencer(American1879-1931)
Womanironing
Richard Winternitz (German, 1861 - 1929)
Woman Ironing Édouard-Jean Vuillard
La repasseuse 1868
Woman Ironing Clothes
Vintage Graphics Old Design
ThomasHarringtonWilson(British,active1842-1886)
Theironingmaid
ThomasHarringtonWilson(British,active1842–1886)
Theironingmaid
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881 - 1973)
The room of the ironer (1904)
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881 - 1973)
Woman Ironing 1904 - Guggenheim Museum NY
Pablo Picasso
(Spanish, 1881 - 1973)
Woman Ironing 1901
Metropolitan Museum of Art NY
Lyudmila Gurchenko
Photo reproductio...
PeterPeart(Jamaica)
Womanironingclotheswithfireheatediron,1993
RaymondDebiève(French,1931-2012)
Larepasseusebleu
Man Ray (1890 - 1976) was an American visual artist who spent most
of his career in France. He was a significant contribut...
Man Ray produced many replicas of Cadeau throughout his career and even
allowed galleries to make their own editions of th...
Sexual violence was a popular theme within Dada and
surrealism, and Man Ray transformed this household
item into a strange...
Nishikawa Sukenobu
(Japanese, Edo period)
Ironing and perfuming dresses
Museum of Fine Arts Boston
Two Japanese Women 1870
Albumen silver print from glass
negative
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ironing box, or charcoal box iron
Text and pictures: Internet
Copyright: All the images belong to their authors
Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu
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  2. 2. Jacques-Louis David (French, 1748 - 1825) La Repasseuse The island of Jersey Town Hall
  3. 3. James Pradier The Ironer - La Repasseuse, 1850 Musée d'art et d'histoire, Genève
  4. 4. JeanMartin(1911-1996) Larepasseuse,1936 JesúsCasaus(Spanish,1926) Laplanchadora
  5. 5. John William Allison (1867 - 1946) The Young Task Masters
  6. 6. Lee Blair (American, 1911 - 1993) Woman Ironing Lee Blair (American, 1911 - 1993) Woman Ironing II
  7. 7. KurtSchwitters(German,1887-1948) Theironer ?
  8. 8. Lino Enea Spilimbergo (Argentinian, 1896 - 1964) Ironing woman, 1936
  9. 9. Léon Gaud (Suisse, 1844 - 1908) La jeune repasseuse Plain metal irons were heated by a fire or on a stove
  10. 10. Louis Valtat (French, 1869 - 1952) A Woman Ironing
  11. 11. Louis Valtat (French, 1869 - 1952) Deux repasseuses
  12. 12. George Luks (American, 1867 - 1933) Ironing in the Public Laundry
  13. 13. Fernand-Louis Gottlob (French, 1873 - 1935) Repasseuses Theodule Augustine Ribot (French, 1823 - 1891) La repasseuse
  14. 14. Ralph Hedley (British, 1851 - 1913) Old woman ironing Franco-Scottish School, early 20th century Woman ironing
  15. 15. Jay Tacheny Women ironing
  16. 16. PierreJeanEdmondCastan(French,1817-1892) Womanironing,1882 ManuelCabralAguadoBejarano(Spanish,1827-1891) Laplanchadora,1868
  17. 17. MaryWhyte(American,1953) SteamIron MaryWhyte(American,1953) SpringIroning
  18. 18. The Greenville County Museum of Art - Mary Whyte exhibition called Alfreda's World (2003) Mary Whyte (American, 1953) Finishing the Quilt
  19. 19. An ardent revolutionary sews and irons a new banner “On the Eve of the October Holiday” in this 1970/75 painting by Aleksei P. Tkachev and Sergei P. Tkachev
  20. 20. Jacob Duck (Dutch, 1600 - 1667) Woman Ironing Utrecht, Central Museum
  21. 21. Karl Meunier The ironers -1884 Museum Leuven Alfons Roman Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage Bruxelles
  22. 22. Konstantin Makovsky (Russian, 1839 - 1915) La repasseuse 1900 State Museum, Rostov, Yaroslav
  23. 23. Konstantin Makovsky (Russian, 1839 - 1915) The Ironer 1880 Cherepovets, Museum of History and Art
  24. 24. Louis Joseph Anthonissen (French, 1849 - 1913) Atelier de repasseuses à Trouville
  25. 25. Louis-LéopoldBoilly(French,1761-1845) Youngwomanironing1800 MuseumofFineArts,Boston,MA,USA
  26. 26. Louis-LéopoldBoilly(French,1761–1845) Youngwomanironing1800(details) MuseumofFineArts,Boston,MA,USA
  27. 27. Louis-Léopold Boilly (French, 1761 - 1845) La repasseuse Unknown Woman ironing c. 1850-55 Daguerreotype, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
  28. 28. Natalia Mikhareva 2009 Sergey Makeev (Russian, 1957) Ironing 2001
  29. 29. Nurullah Berk (Turkish, 1906 - 1982) Ironing
  30. 30. Nurullah Berk (Turkish, 1906 - 1982)
  31. 31. Nurullah Berk (Turkish, 1906 - 1982)
  32. 32. Nurullah Berk (Turkish, 1906 - 1982)
  33. 33. Yurko Koch (Ukraine, 1958) Ironing
  34. 34. Thierry Lenoir, C'est l'amour 1989 Bruxelles Ministère de la Culture - Administration des Beaux-Arts
  35. 35. Torsten Wasastjerna (Finnish, 1863 - 1924) French Women Ironing 1889 Finnish National
  36. 36. Robert Frederick Blum (American, 1857 - 1903) In the Laundry
  37. 37. PaulLunaud(1900-1949) Repasseuse1942 PaulMathey(French,1844-1929) Interiorwithwomanandchild
  38. 38. Paul Kron (French, 1869 - 1936) La repasseuse
  39. 39. Ricardo (Panito) Brugada y Panizo (Spanish, 1867-1919) Sesión de plancha RobertSpencer(American1879-1931) Womanironing
  40. 40. Richard Winternitz (German, 1861 - 1929) Woman Ironing Édouard-Jean Vuillard La repasseuse 1868
  41. 41. Woman Ironing Clothes Vintage Graphics Old Design
  42. 42. ThomasHarringtonWilson(British,active1842-1886) Theironingmaid
  43. 43. ThomasHarringtonWilson(British,active1842–1886) Theironingmaid
  44. 44. Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881 - 1973) The room of the ironer (1904)
  45. 45. Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881 - 1973) Woman Ironing 1904 - Guggenheim Museum NY
  46. 46. Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881 - 1973) Woman Ironing 1901 Metropolitan Museum of Art NY Lyudmila Gurchenko Photo reproduction of Pablo Picasso's painting "woman ironing” 1901 Metropolitan Museum, New York
  47. 47. PeterPeart(Jamaica) Womanironingclotheswithfireheatediron,1993 RaymondDebiève(French,1931-2012) Larepasseusebleu
  48. 48. Man Ray (1890 - 1976) was an American visual artist who spent most of his career in France. He was a significant contributor to the Dada and Surrealist movements, although his ties to each were informal. The original Cadeau was made for Man Ray’s first Paris show in 1921. On the day of the opening, the artist passed a hardware store and bought a flat iron that he had seen in the window, along with a box of tacks and some glue. The iron, with the tacks fixed in a neat line along the smooth base, became a last-minute addition to the show. Cadeau was stolen almost as soon as the exhibition opened, but Man Ray calmly made another one Cadeau
  49. 49. Man Ray produced many replicas of Cadeau throughout his career and even allowed galleries to make their own editions of the piece. Cadeau (The Gift) Iron Sculpture 1921
  50. 50. Sexual violence was a popular theme within Dada and surrealism, and Man Ray transformed this household item into a strangely threatening “gift.” The sharp spikes add an element of danger to the domestic associations of the iron, creating an object that is only good for, as Man Ray said, “tearing a dress to ribbons.” In fact, he once used Cadeau to shred a piece of clothing, then asked one of his models to pose wearing the tattered remnants of fabric Cadeau (The Gift) Iron Sculpture 1921
  51. 51. Nishikawa Sukenobu (Japanese, Edo period) Ironing and perfuming dresses Museum of Fine Arts Boston
  52. 52. Two Japanese Women 1870 Albumen silver print from glass negative Metropolitan Museum of Art
  53. 53. Ironing box, or charcoal box iron
  54. 54. Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela/collections Sound: Leonard Cohen – Darkness; Lullaby 2016

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